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Country Farms in Marlton (Evesham Township) is a lovely neighborhood situated in the northeast section of Marlton. This well-maintained community of approximately 350 single family homes is located just north of Evesboro-Medford Road and West of North Elmwood Road. Residents of Country Farms enjoy the soccer fields, park, basketball courts, brand new tennis courts, and even a lake surrounded by walking paths. With all of these amenities, Country Farms is a fantastic place to call home and enjoy a healthy, active lifestyle! One of our very own agents, Bob Grace, has been a resident of Country Farms for 13 years, and has loved raising his own family there.
The homes in Country Farms were built 30 to 40 years ago by three different builders: Chiusano Homes, Paparone, and Ryland. Thirteen models are available within the neighborhood: five models by Paparone, four by Ryland and four by Chiusano. With all of this variety, you are bound to find a home here that meets your needs! The first phase built by Paparone included oil heating and fuel, but the subsequent phases built used heat pumps, and now most homes in the neighborhood have been converted to natural gas.
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Currently there are 5 homes available for sale in Country Farms: 110 Maureen Court, a short sale, listed for $199,900; 150 Meadowview Circle, a bank-owned property listed for $219,900; 112 Fox Hill Drive listed at $285,000; 141 Greenbrook Drive for $335,900; and 121 Cottonwood Drive for $339,900. In the past 6 months, 6 homes have sold in Country Farms, ranging from $237,500 to $300,000, with an average sale price of $268,000. Finally, there are four homes under contract scheduled to settle between now and March of 2018.
In addition to being conveniently located to Route 70, Country Farms is extremely close to shopping and dining offered by the Crispin Square Shopping Center. Here you will find Scotto’s Pizza, The Kettle and Grille, TCBY, Sweet Eats Express, Jelly Bean Jungle, May Flower Chinese restaurant, the UPS store, and more. Located within the highly rated Evesham Township and Lenape Regional High School Districts, children living in Country Farms attend Beeler Elementary School, Demasi Middle School, and Cherokee High school.
Call the Mark McKenna Team for more information about or for a tour for any of the homes for sale in this neighborhood – 856-983-0704 x103.
Arrowhead Estates in Marlton, New Jersey is a charming subdivision of single family homes, nestled just south of Main Street and east of South Maple Avenue. Arrowhead Drive, Tomahawk Drive, Flintstone Drive, School House Lane, Evesham Avenue and part of South Locust Avenue comprise the streets of Arrowhead Estates. This neighborhood is extremely conveniently located, as it is accessible from Route 73, Route 70, Main Street and Maple Avenue.
Construction of the first 96 homes in the Arrowhead community began in 1962 on the South side of Munger Avenue. Munger Avenue was named after the Munger family, who owned the farmland upon which this section was built. Munger developed this former farmland along the north side of Munger Avenue, and sold the remaining land to the developers of Hickory Place, where an additional 40 homes were built between 1963 and 1965 along Oak and Florence Avenues.
Models available in Arrowhead Estates include ranch, split level and two-story homes, as well as a handful of custom homes sprinkled throughout on Munger and Locust Avenues. Currently there are 3 homes available for sale: 75 S. Maple Avenue listed at $229,500; 26 Flintstone Drive, listed at $245,000; and 8 Schoolhouse Lane listed at $249,900. In the past year, 5 homes have sold in Arrowhead Estates, ranging from $152,000 to $291,500. The Mark McKenna Team just recently listed and sold 3 Arrowhead Drive, a beautifully updated split level home, for $289,900.
Endless retail, dining, and fitness options are at the fingertips of residents of Arrowhead Estates. The Marlton Crossing Shopping Center is just across Route 73 and features DSW, TJ Maxx, Jazz Unlimited dance school, Home Goods, Pats Select Pizza, Salad Works, Michaels, and Burlington Coat Factory. The Marlton Square Shopping Center just around the corner includes Starbucks, Trader Joes, Turning Point, Bath & Body Works, MOD Pizza, Yankee Candle, Victoria’s Secret, Gap Kids, Janie & Jack, Charming Charlies, Blue Mercury, and so much more. Hop onto Route 70 West for a quick trip to Philadelphia, or take the same road East for a drive to the shore points! The location cannot be beat.
Call the Mark McKenna Team for more information about the lovely Arrowhead Estates community – 856-983-0704 x103.
This week’s featured neighborhood is Heritage Village in Marlton, Evesham Township. Heritage Village, including the Georgetown section located within it, is one of Evesham Township’s first housing developments located between Route 70 and Main Street. Heritage Village is comprised of a total of 700 single family homes, and was lovingly named after the family that once owned the farm, famous for its “Heritage strawberry,” upon which the development was built. Within Heritage there are five models of homes to choose from including the The Winston, The Kent, The Carlton, The Heritage and the Concord Rancherama (see below images).
Construction began in Heritage Village with about 200 homes between 1955 and 1959. This section of the community was originally known as Georgetown, and is now considered part of Heritage Village. Around this time, Stuart Construction developed a sewer disposal plant known as Georgetown Sewerage Corporation on Elmwood Road for use by the residents of Georgetown. In 1961 the Township’s newly formed Municipal Utilities Authority acquired the plant and expanded its service territory to cover most of the Northern half of the Township. Stuart Construction built 500 additional homes in this larger area situated next to Georgetown between 1959 and 1964.
Original purchase prices of homes within Heritage Village ranged from $11,490 to $14,790, with property taxes around $19 per month! In today’s market, you can buy a home in Heritage Village on average for between $185,000 and $257,000, and may even snag a lower price for a bank-owned property. In the past 6 months, 23 homes sold in Heritage ranging from $95,500 to $257,000. This included 4 sales of bank-owned properties, which sold between $95,000 and $178,000. Currently, there are 15 homes active for sale with list prices ranging from $160,000 to $393,750. Additionally, 6 homes are currently under contract in Heritage Village.
Students living within Heritage Village attend Beeler Elementary School, Marlton Middle School and Cherokee High School, all highly rated. Heritage is ideally located just off of Route 70, giving residents extremely easy access to Philadelphia and the shore points. Better yet, the neighborhood is within walking distance to the new Shoppes and Residences at Rennaissance Square under construction on Route 70. This center will be home to Virtua Medical Group, TD Bank, several other retailers and 338 new luxury rental apartments.
Additionally, several sections of Heritage are within walking distance to the booming Main Street in Marlton which is also experiencing new commercial development and features restaurants such as the iconic Marlton Tavern and Sals Pizzaworks, coffee shops such as Starbucks, consignment boutiques, barber shops, pet grooming facilities, nail salons, and more. The Promenade and Marlton Square are nearby shopping centers that offer even more dining and retail options to residents of Heritage.
You could not ask for a better, more central location than Heritage Village! Contact the Mark McKenna Team at Pat McKenna Realtors today with any questions or to tour some of the beautiful homes this community offers!